Presentation on theme: "World Café October 8, 2012 Welcome! Presented by the Local Options Oversight Committee and the Public School Choice Office."— Presentation transcript:
World Café October 8, 2012 Welcome! Presented by the Local Options Oversight Committee and the Public School Choice Office
Agenda Welcome Autonomy Overview World Café Team Time Voting Requirements General Questions and Answers Closing
Guiding Questions What are the different autonomy options available? How have different schools improved student outcomes by using these autonomies? What are our most pressing needs and how could these autonomies help us meet those needs?
ESBMMLIS Pilot Curriculum Locally determined Periodic/Formative Assessments Locally determined Schedule Set bell schedule Set instructional calendar/bell schedule Professional Development Locally determined/aligne d with the single plan for student achievement
ESBMMLIS Pilot Principal Selection School Leadership Council with the superintendent’s designee selects the principal Personnel Team with final authority from the Superintendent Governing School Council selects Principal with final authority from the Superintendent Staffing (Teachers/UTLA- represented) School Leadership Council selects personnel Personnel Team Mutual consent Teachers sign EWA as a condition of working at pilot school Budget Model Per Pupil Funding Governance Option of Combined Councils Emphasis on consensus Shared decision- making + School Site Council Emphasis on consensus Governing School Council Emphasis on consensus Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) documents ESBMM Agreement LAUSD-UTLA Local School Stabilization and Empowerment Initiative LA Pilot School Agreement AALA Pilot Agreement
Autonomy FeatureESBMM LIS Pilot UTLA ContractNo change Waiver from Article IX-A (assignments) School option to waive all except: Articles IV, IV-A, X, X-A XII, XIII, XVII, XXXVIII Staffing/Hiring Mutual consent for hiring Mutual consent hiring; signing elect to work agreement each year ScheduleBell schedule Annual school calendar & bell schedule BudgetPer Pupil Funding Curriculum + assessment Must meet State + Federal mandates Must meet State, Federal + minimum District requirements Must meet State + Federal mandates Approval granted bySuperintendent School site Steering committee and school board
World Café Look at the menu of options and pick which three autonomies you will go and learn about. Look at the map and find your table. You will spend minutes at each table. The presenter will present for minutes leaving you 10 minutes for Q & A. When the music comes on, it’s time to move to the next table. Enjoy!
Team Time Please take a few minutes to silently fill out your reflection sheets. Now discuss using the reflection sheets and the following questions to guide your discussion: What did you hear? What was relevant to your school and your plan? What are the next steps? What questions are you left with?
3 points I will remember as being very important are … 2 actions I will take as result of these learnings are… 1 idea I want to explore further/learn more about is … Essential Question: What are our most pressing needs and how could this autonomy help us to meet those needs? Autonomy
Voting Requirements cont.
Questions & Answers
LOOC Contact Information LOOC General Number: Rachel Bonkovsky, LAUSD, Nanetta Arceneaux, LAUSD, Elaine Kinoshita, AALA, Eduardo Solorzano, AALA, Janet Davis, UTLA, Bruce Newborn, UTLA,